28 Apr 2015
Social networking is not just squabbling with girls from school and sending baby pictures to your mom. It is more important than ever to network one’s self to gain a firm standing with companies, which in turn can help build a promising career. If you seem interested in a company and build a relationship with its employees, then you are more likely to get a job than if you had not done that
In its humble beginnings Facebook was only accessible to those who attended a college or university. Things are different at Facebook now of course. The world’s largest social network is available to nearly everyone with Internet access. Perhaps it is time to rethink social networking and what closed college networks could really mean to people. Yik Yak is exploring that very notion.
One of the best places for social networking both in person and online is in college. Campuses are ripe for people wanting to get in touch with one another, and the technology savvy college students are often some of the first to embrace new social networks.
Most people believe that their chances of getting into a college comes down to things like their SAT or ACT score. They believe that if they send in good references and show themselves to be an academically balanced individual, then they have a good shot of getting into the college they desire. While this once was the case and all of those factors do still matter, social networking is now taking on an important role in the admissions process.
Young people on college campuses are usually some of the first to adjust and adapt to new technology. They want to remain on top of things and always be into whatever the newest and latest thing is because this is how they stay connected with their friends. Social networking usage itself has changed in huge ways on campus in just the past few years.
13 May 2014
There are a variety of unspoken social rules when it comes to college. Most people want to follow in step as much as possible in order to make sure that they don’t make any social faux pas. These days, social networking is another facet of life that people have to think about when they go to college. There are a few do’s and don’ts when it comes to this particular medium of communication.
11 Feb 2014
The very idea of social networking was originally created with people in the college age group in mind. In fact, the creators of Facebook were in college themselves when they first made came up with the idea. With the proliferation of social networks that are now in existence, college students have to consider how to properly use social networking in their college life.
We no longer live in a world graced by gentlemen callers at our doorsteps or rocks thrown at our window. Instead, we may hear that ever so familiar tone that accompanies a much anticipated notification. It may be a reply to a text message or a response to a Facebook comment. But even more recently, it may be a notification of a Tinder match, or possibly even a new review on LuLu.
17 Sep 2013
There is not a day that goes by where some business does not make a mistake in their social networking efforts. Granted, this is new and uncharted territory for all of us, but there are a few common mistakes that should always be avoided.
1. Emphasizing Internal Interests
People who like a company’s page on Facebook or follow it on Twitter are not likely looking for the latest corporate updates, changes to company policy and all other manner of internal workings. Rather, they want to have a more engaging and rewarding experience with the brand that they already like.